The Houston Rockets and forward Francisco Garcia have agreed to a one-year contract to keep Garcia in Houston, Comcast SportsNet Houston's Adam Wexler reported Thursday. According to the report, the one-year contract is for the veterans' minimum of about $1.4 million.
Rockets general manager Daryl Morey also announced Garcia would be back on Twitter, without specifying the terms of the deal:
Garcia played on Wednesday for the Dominican Republic in an exhibition game against the United States in preparation for the upcoming World Cup. The 33-year-old Garcia averaged 5.7 points in 19.7 minutes per game off the bench for the Rockets last season. He is the oldest player on Houston's roster.
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